The continuum

One of the things I have  learned from personal experience during my lifetime, is that the way that I have passed and is still passing is, in fact, one whole continuum, and treating every change as a new way is not true in my world view.

If we imagine ourselves as that eagle gliding from above and looking at the whole picture, we can see that every occurrence in our lives is related to the occurrence that preceded it, and therefore will probably be related to the occurrence that will follow it …

Change, in fact, as I see it, is a kind of turn or move to another place, to another occupation, to another way of life, to another relationship, born from the extraction of the previous step, and at the same time a direct continuation of it.

Like a river changing paths for various reasons, without sharp passages, within the channel where it flows, so there are no ‘cuts’ in our journey. These cuts, which we sometimes produce, are an illusion to me, and it is precisely because of them that we may relate to the changes in these paths as terminal or as death after which there is nothing.

In my belief, understanding the continuum makes it easier and allows for a life of freedom and movement at the appropriate pace and dosage …